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Net Neutrality The Internet is great. It has music, video games, cat videos, more cat videos…, etc. However, the Internet is only as good as it is because it is open and free. Anyone can access the...

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Yesterday, Comcast filed its comments in favor of the FCC’s plan to eliminate the 2015 net neutrality rules. While much of the document was devoted to arguments we’ve heard before — Comcast...

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Last week, thousands of companies and organizations stood up for net neutrality during the Day of Action and as the first round of comments on the FCC's plan to severely cut back protective...

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Tech and telecom go to war as the FCC closes its comment window on a proposed net neutrality repeal. The Trump administration’s attempt to scrap and replace the U.S. government’s net neutrality...

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If you weren’t paying close attention yesterday, it may have looked like AT&T got onboard the net neutrality “day of action” protest. The company’s website displayed a banner saying...

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Today, thousands of websites and organizations are showing their support for net neutrality in hopes of preserving the open internet. Consider Engadget among them. The Federal Communication Commission,...

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Reddit has been one of the most prominent companies in digital advocacy, organizing to defeat SOPA in 2012 and to defend net neutrality in 2014. As the internet rallies for today’s pro-net...

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If you’ve been on the internet at all today, you might have noticed a variety of websites, services and companies actively protesting the FCC’s rollback of net neutrality regulations. This is the “Day...

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After 15 years of debate, Congress is no closer to a solution to net neutrality rules. Democrats and Republicans in the U.S. Congress find themselves at war once again over net neutrality,...

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Today is the net neutrality Day of Action, and many thousands of organizations, companies and websites are standing up against the FCC's plan to gut net neutrality rules and let ISPs regulate...